“UK assure to invest power and energy sector”: Matlub
Lastnewsbd, 20th December, Dhaka: Bangladesh’s trade envoy of the British Prime Minister Rushanara Ali, MP, Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry in connection with (FBCCI) president Abdul Matlub Ahmed FBCCI led a trade delegation that is meeting at a local hotel. Federation first vice-president Mohammad Shafiul Islam (Mohiuddin), vice-president ephasisisiai Alam and directors attended the meeting.
Bangladesh High Commissioner to the UK, Mannobar Elisan Blake attended the meeting too. Federation president Abdul Matlub Ahmad called the country’s power and energy sector investment in the UK. He also mentioned that Bangladesh is keen to export medicines in the UK. President of Federation of Bangladesh and the UK also stressed the importance of technology transfer. He said that the business of a trade delegation from UK will visit soon. The number of students in UK universities, so more studies may be needed for the action He also requested the British MP.
Federation first vice-president Mohammad Shafiul Islam (Mohiuddin) noted at the meeting that Bangladesh is actively working to improve the lives of factory workers and child labor has already vanished. The British High Commission in Dhaka asked for a catalog show host. This enables interaction between the two countries on trade, business, she said.
Bangladesh’s trade envoy of the British Prime Minister Rushanara Ali said that the friendly relations between yuktarajyera and Bangladesh in recent years have been much stronger. The recent development activities, he said grace. As a result o break seat f Bangladesh and the UK about the negative impact of the trade, he assured. He also expressed interest in working with the climate issue. Bangladesh High Commissioner to the UK, His Excellency Elisan Blake spoke at the meeting. He said that Bangladesh has launched a tourist visa and visa for the UK online is easier than ever. Note that the 2015-2016 fiscal year, Bangladesh exported goods in the UK, 3.81 billion US dollars and 0.28 billion US dollars of products imported from the UK.